Japanese cooking workshop

This weekend Lolo's friends who live in Bora Bora, Tanger and Madrid all came to our home to spend some quality time together, have some drinks, let our kids play together and spend some good times in the kitchen and around the table, enjoying some good food and good company. These guys go way back and it's good they still find eachother, even though we all live in different parts of the world. 

It is also fun to see how the kids get along. They all talk French as their second language, so it is very interesting to see how they communicate and get along and enjoy the same things. So cute!

Yukina, the Japanese wife of Lolo's friend - gave us some Japanese cooking lessons today.
She made sushi, fried eggplant cooked with a miso broth, Japanese omelet (with white cabbage, flour and 1 egg!) and Japanese spring rolls. It was all so good! So fun to have a real cooking workshop in my own kitchen! I think I'm gonna get myself a Japanese cook book and put the country on my bucket list too.
























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